Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Tew Chris
To be continued. . . . . .
To be continued. . . . . .
About
Communities and Collections
View all
Posts

Post has attachment

Post has shared content
Now to perceive the worlds amazing eccentricities there can be NOTHING BETTER then an hallucinogenic. I don't like the word Drug as I have taken LSD, ACID, MAGIC MUSHROOMS, and what they helped with a understanding of an intensely colour full world, sorry but 'tripping' is the funniest experience you'll ever have whilst under the influence of an hallucinogenic Everything move slowly and repeats its own image like if any moving object, say a bird, ball, car, any lights will be the most amazing and colorful funniest experience ever they are deemed 'illegal' simply due to the money making idea they are NOT CONTROLLED by law, and that pisses them off. X amount of money is made from 'drugs' in the UK the hippicritical Government don't know WTF its doing. Alcohol, Tobacco, 'legal highs' DO MORE DAMAGE then most illegal 'drugs' Ah but that's OK as the government are feeling the rewards, fucking idiots.
Seeing sounds: researchers uncover molecular clues for synaesthesia
Do you taste or smell colors? See colors when listening music...or perhaps you can see digits and letters floating and in vivid colors like me ;) If so, this article is for you.

One in twenty-five people have synaesthesia, perceiving the world in unusual ways. An experience with one sense automatically leads to perception in another sense: for example, seeing colors when listening to music. Now researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics and the University of Cambridge report clues into biological origins of such variations in human perception. They studied families with synaesthesia, and describe genetic changes that might contribute to their differences in sensory experience.

“Brain imaging of adults with synaesthesia suggests that their circuits are wired a little differently compared to people who don't make these extra sensory associations. What we don’t know yet is how these differences develop,” said Dr. Amanda Tilot, a geneticist at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics. “We suspect some of the answers lie in people's genetic makeup.”

Read the article:
https://www.mpg.de/11964360/seeing-sounds-researchers-uncover-molecular-clues-for-synaesthesia

To better understand these findings, the team is looking for new families and individuals to join their study. You can take a short online test to find out if you experience a common form of synaesthesia.
http://www.mpi.nl/departments/language-and-genetics/projects/decoding-the-genetics-of-synaesthesia/genetics-of-synaesthesia

#neuroscience #synaesthesia #research #brain
Photo

Post has shared content
Never a truer word said Sam Collete. The way one looks at his or her would I believe originates from what they have learned or taught to as children at home, Parents and enevitable parents act in the way their parents thought of what is wrong or right. Example: nama a fruit beggining with A? now the majority of peoples will say An Apple the same as Alot of other innocents
Seeing sounds: researchers uncover molecular clues for synaesthesia
Do you taste or smell colors? See colors when listening music...or perhaps you can see digits and letters floating and in vivid colors like me ;) If so, this article is for you.

One in twenty-five people have synaesthesia, perceiving the world in unusual ways. An experience with one sense automatically leads to perception in another sense: for example, seeing colors when listening to music. Now researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics and the University of Cambridge report clues into biological origins of such variations in human perception. They studied families with synaesthesia, and describe genetic changes that might contribute to their differences in sensory experience.

“Brain imaging of adults with synaesthesia suggests that their circuits are wired a little differently compared to people who don't make these extra sensory associations. What we don’t know yet is how these differences develop,” said Dr. Amanda Tilot, a geneticist at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics. “We suspect some of the answers lie in people's genetic makeup.”

Read the article:
https://www.mpg.de/11964360/seeing-sounds-researchers-uncover-molecular-clues-for-synaesthesia

To better understand these findings, the team is looking for new families and individuals to join their study. You can take a short online test to find out if you experience a common form of synaesthesia.
http://www.mpi.nl/departments/language-and-genetics/projects/decoding-the-genetics-of-synaesthesia/genetics-of-synaesthesia

#neuroscience #synaesthesia #research #brain
Photo

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
I just get so frustrated with ppl, mainly from my hometown, Corby, Northants, UK who were once really friendly to me, i could say, "they would do alot more then the 'average joe'. But now that i have to 'enjoy' the stigma and the humiliation of 'living' with the inflicted Neurological condition Organic Personality Disorder or in 'lads term' 1 crazy bitch on her periods and i know i have a ticking timebomb of a sister with Severe Pre Menstrual Stress. Highly avoidable & unenviable. I suffer with the same symptoms as a belligerent drunk with no concerns for his/her or anbody elses wellbeing when i have an 'outburst' i care very little, as some drunks would. I would have No-Understanding of the dangers that i present to others or myself. with concerns to my social skills i know how i should and could act in society but try telling the O.P.D theirs NO-REASONING and Yes its humiliating 21 years ive had to endure its hard to fight But i thrive on challanges.

Post has shared content
My Name is Christopher Terrence Tew and i am wheelchair reliant due to a vicous and cowardily ambush by 3 males that were confident enough to arm themselves with blunt instruments and very confidently turned a healthy 29 yr old males world upside down as well as family/friends. I spent over 8 months in a coma i am No-longer able to walk, co-ordinate, Absolutely No Balance, Ataxia, Limited Spacial Awareness

My Name is Christopher Terrence Tew and i am wheelchair reliant due to a vicous and cowardily ambush by 3 males that were confident enough to arm themselves with blunt instruments and very confidently turned a healthy 29 yr old males world upside down as well as family/friends. I spent over 8 months in a coma i am No-longer able to walk, co-ordinate, Absolutely No Balance, Ataxia, Limited Spacial Awareness on a never-ending supply of Anti-phsycotic medication, i have had Every piece of dignity taken from me wether it be in hospitals or care home i think i have been in more hospitals then Florence Nightingale and more care homes then UK FUNERAL SERVICES
Wait while more posts are being loaded